This is heaven for a golfing RVer. Nice golf, supplied free golf cart, unlimited golf for free. They said we would pay when we signed up but the owners and employees said that they do not charge any RV residents. The course was once an Arnold Palmer designed course but bankruptcy stopped the use of his name. Dogs are allowed off leash in your RV site and grass all around to walk them. Sites are packed gravel (not too bad) but it gets dirty and dusty at times because there is no cement. Would stay here again but 28 days next time. Golf and an RV lot for 28 days for $1,800 is as good as it gets.
Hard to believe what you do not get for $45 a nite. You get a nice lady at check in but the men that park you and hook you up could not be ruder. They all repeated again and again that we are not able to park you or hook you up to our own desires, then you will not be able to stay here, so prepare to leave. What you get is a large park that is gravel everywhere except for a cement pad. Nice dog area. If you want to stay with a few RV's and thousands of Park models, this is the place for you.
This is what an RV park should be. Nice lake, very dog friendly, nice people, grass all around a cement pad. Could not be better. Cheap as a Passport America rate. It is very hard to find such nice parks as this.
An OK park but the $44 a night for gravel and 5 motorhomes in park total. We were told that we had the last pull thru space and reserved it on the phone. Arrived and found lots of pull thru and good sites for TV reception. Nice thing about park is the space for dogs to run and enjoy the area without many people around.
Low rating because of where they put us. We were put next to three full timers with many kids with many many available spots that were unused. We checked in saying that we required a view of the southern sky and was given this spot that could not get TV reception. We were given a $5 discount to make up for their error.
Only got this high a mark because of the grass squares in the dog area. A motorhome can be parked around the squares and the grass is used by the four RVs around the square. Quite a nice idea and all others should use this as it does not take up more space than a 4 pull-through spots. Low marks are for the gravel rest of the park and the park models forever in this park. The park model people are very unfriendly and very un-dog people. To buy a park model you must not have a pet and only a few spots are pet allowed. You can not even walk your dog in an area bigger than a couple blocks in this huge park. I can not believe that an RV park rents to RVs and puts park models in the same area. The park models were nearly empty this time of year so it has to be a money reason. There is no nice area in Tucson for RVs with a dog. Gravel everywhere. If you water grass it will be green and grow. I wish there was something nice here like Indio, Las Vegas, Naples, etc. Instead gravel is what you get.
The only reason I did not give this a ten is the two bad points. The pads are gravel and few are very level. We had a spot with a lake view and large oak trees, beautiful. The permanent residents seem to be all around us. They had the nice spots near the lake and at 11pm a neighbor fired up his motorcycle and then at 6am another neighbor fired up his bike. Nice people but the management should put full timers in an separate area for themselves. This had a great dog walk around the 5 acre lake and the dogs could be off leash.
OK park with level concrete pads and grass in between. Not very beautiful view but close to the casino which is the only attraction here except for the good golf course (not great course) next to the park. Sewer dump is not a problem if you are just here for a couple of days.
Great view and nice people. Good fishing and walking for dogs and people. Cajun food nearby is great. Only bad things could be dust on the driveways and coming in and there could be mosquitos although there were very few for us.
Stay here only if you are a crabber. Not your voice ,but your fishing style. Lots of crab in the bay and a lot of crab gatherers. The view of the bay is OK, but just OK. The pad sites are nice and wide with no pull-throughs on the oceanside. Nice place to walk dogs. We had dinner at local Schooners and if you were not a local it seemed they did not care if you ever ate. Recommend Roxannes at Oceanside two miles away.
I give this a 5 because of the nice employees. I confused this with Pacific Shores and expected a much nicer park. Very narrow pads and altough you can see the ocean from a mile away it is not worth the extra cost. I can not believe people were staying here for a month at a time. Hot tub looked great but was indoors.
Great park except for the lack of onsite employees. The office was forever locked up at the busiest time of the year for them. Wi-Fi was listed, but did not work. There is no cell phone service in this area; the Wi-Fi should have worked because you are out of touch with the outside world. Oceanfront very wide pads for extra cost were great.
Tough to get a 40 footer on some of the site pads. We dug up some lawn because of a tree in the backing up area for a large rig. Nice park and was the first place I have ever seen that offers a full course free breakfast every morning except Sundays. Very smart. I was not brothered by the noise, but we were not there except for the mornings and late evenings.
NIce park with all the great things. This is one of the few really class A rig parks. This compares with Naples, Palm Desert and Las Vegas class A only parks. The rate was discounted for the month of May. They are booked for the summer at $60.
This is no resort. We reserved 5 nights as this was one block from the ocean. We checked in and were given a pull through next to a trailer with junk all around it, including a camper and a boat in a small area. We complained to the lady at the front desk about the mess and she said that was her place. It went downhill from there. We were assigned another gravel pad pull through but in an area where mostly RV's were located. The sites have dirt with clumps of grass between the small sites. We decided to just stay one night but had paid for 2 and reserved 5 nights. The owner said that she would credit 3 nights and we agreed. Instead they charged us 4 nights even though we were just here one night. The park was about 1/3 full and no motorhome stayed more than that one night as it was empty when we left. To get to the beach requires climbing over large boulders up and down to the beach. If you want to stay in the area check out Atriversedge in Brookings. Salmon Run golf is great in Brookings.